Cooking your pet’s meals
using healthy homemade dog food recipes is so satisfying and because you've made it yourself you know exactly what goes into your Cocker's food. Read on if you'd like to learn more about making your own dog
food and try some of our delicious recipes.
If you enjoy cooking for your Cocker Spaniel (and who doesn't?) you'll find a tasty selection of healthy dog food recipes just waiting for you to try.
If you need any convincing about why home cooked is best, follow this link to read more about it.
This first recipe below is one of our favorites - Savory Minced Chicken!
We've had lots of great feedback from it so if you only try one recipe, this is it - I just know your dog's going to love it! Not only is it a healthy organic alternative to shop-bought dog food, it's also very easy to make. Organic chicken is best, but good quality minced chicken works well too.
If you'd like to share one of your Cocker's favorite recipes, we'd love to hear from you, simply complete the form at the bottom of this page.
Savory minced chicken is Max's favorite meal - I'm sure if he could make it himself, he would.
This is another of Max's favorite homemade dog food recipes - he hovers very closely when I'm in the kitchen making this! I don't know how he does it, but he always seems to know when I'm cooking for him.
This particular homemade dog food recipe will keep up to 4 days in the refrigerator, or if you prefer, it could be divided into single portions and frozen - simply defrost a portion overnight for the next day.
Not only is this recipe healthy and nutritious, I'm sure your dog will agree it's tasty too!
Homemade dog food recipes such as these contain natural, healthy, ingredients and are much fresher than some of the commercial dog foods available!
Each of our homemade dog food recipes above can be prepared and cooked in advance and refrigerated for up to 4 days.
Alternatively, they can be packed in foil containers and frozen in single portions and defrosted when needed.
Cooking for your dog can be fun and it's good to know what ingredients do into his meals.
However, our healthy homemade dog food recipes are meant as suggested variations to your dog's diet and should only be used occasionally; there isn't enough variation in these recipes to sustain your pet's health long-term.
Before making any changes to your dog's diet, I recommend you discuss it with your veterinary to make sure you're feeding your Cocker Spaniel a well-balanced, nutritional diet.
If you've enjoyed preparing these recipes for your dog, we also have some homemade dog biscuit recipes if you'd like to try your hand at those - we're sure your faithful friend will love you for it!
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